goldeneye Posted April 6, 2011 Share Posted April 6, 2011 Has anyone dealt with ISPs in Turkey recently - as I've gotten a pair of spams which point to a Turkish provider - and apparently the homepage of that provider is in Turkish only... http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z4967246657ze...c99a2f652a2031z http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z4966067162z9...a221fa2608ffd9z Also the abuse address for the server being misused to send the spam isn't pointing to an abuse mailbox - is this common? These types of spams were apparently started when Romanian servers were involved, but now it appears that Romania clamped down on them and they now have moved operations to Turkey apparently. Now, those damn spammers added at least one "Content-type: #" to screw up the damn parser, so I had to remove those lines so that Spamcop can properly parse it... Secondly, the damn spammers also fudged the URLs with apparent "blank" characters or things like "j" to screw with the parser - and in the first case, spamcop read the "blank" character as an extra forward slash in the URL which forced me to resubmit by editing and removing the "invisible character" or converting the "escaped" character. Anyone else dealt with those types of spams recently that forced them to resubmit? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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